Gather all the ingredients.
*1 cup of flour is 120-125 g. However, if you don't fluff the flour before you scoop and scoop up with a measuring cup, you most likely end up with 150-160 g for 1 cup. Therefore, if you don't have a kitchen scale, it's very important to fluff the flour, then scoop with spoon into a measuring up, then level off with a knife. If you do it correctly, 160 g should be 1⅓ cup. I HIGHLY recommend to use a kitchen scale.
Red bean paste (anko): You can use canned Ogura-An (1 can = 18 oz).
If you don't eat it on the same or next day (keep it in a cool place), wrap the dorayaki in plastic wrap and put in a Ziploc bag to store in the freezer for up to a month.
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